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Publication Scheme on information available under the Freedom of Information Act 2000

1. Introduction: what is a publication scheme and why it has been developed?

One of the aims of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (which is referred to as FOIA on the rest of this page) is that public authorities, including all schools, should be clear and proactive about the information they make public.

Our publication scheme sets out:

  • The classes of information which we publish
  • The manner in which the information will be published and whether the information is available free of charge or on payment
  • Some information that we hold may not be made public, for example personal information
  • This publication scheme conforms to the model scheme for schools approved by the Information Commissioner

2. Categories of information published

The publication scheme guides you to information which we currently publish (or have recently published) or which we will publish in the future. This is split into categories of information:

  1. Who we are and what we do
  2. What we spend and how we spend it
  3. What our priorities are and how we are doing
  4. How we make decisions
  5. Our policies and procedures 
  6. Lists and registers
  7. The services we offer

3. How to request information 

If you require a paper version of any of the documents within the scheme, please contact the school by telephone, email, fax or letter. To help us process your request quickly, please clearly mark any correspondence “PUBLICATION SCHEME REQUEST”. 

4. Paying for information

Information published on our website is free to view. Paper copies of information covered by this publication are provided free to parents or prospective parents unless stated otherwise. Requests from other agencies will incur a charge currently of 20 pence per one-sided black and white sheet plus postage. For priced items, such as some printed publications or videos, we will let you know the cost before fulfilling your request. Where there is a charge this will be indicated by a £ sign in the description box.


To view the Special Educational Needs Information report please click here.


Financial Benchmarking

The school is required to submit its financial, workforce and attainment data to the Department for Education on an annual basis, this forms the basis of benchmarking data available publicly.  Our data can be found on the schools financial benchmarking pages which facilitates comparison with other schools. Our data can be found by clicking here.


Statutory Salary Information

All local authority maintained schools are required to publish annually on their websites the number of individuals (if any) earning over £100k a year. This information is required to be published in bands of £10k. All staff employed directly by the school are paid in accordance with the School Teachers Pay & Conditions Document (STPD) or National Joint Council (NJC) Terms & Conditions (support staff).  All salary levels are determined and reviewed annually by the Pay Committee of the Board of Governors in the autumn term.

Please see below the numbers of employees earning over £100,000 per annum in the academic year 2021/22:

FTE Salary

Staff Number

100,000 to 110,000


110,000 to 120,000


120,000 to 130,000


130,000 to 140,000


140,000 to 150,000